Now that's what I call an alarm clock
Every morning, I blearily stumble through my routine - turn off alarm, make bed, hop in shower, apply makeup, style hair, assemble outfit (then change mind and put on something else) - until that blissful moment when I take my first sip of tea.
But if I had this alarm clock I might actually be alert, if not chipper, for those morning must-dos.
You do still need to remember to put a tea bag into the pot the night before, fill the kettle with water and, of course, set the alarm.
It's not a new concept - tea and coffee boiling alarms have been around for decades - but I've never seen one that looks sleek enough to earn a spot on my nightstand.
The Teasmade retails for about $88 U.S.